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AHA guidelines require prompt EEG after cardiac arrest.⁶ Learn how Ceribell enables EEG to be promptly performed and interpreted.

American Heart Association | Accepted 15 October 2020

“Many cardiac arrest patients who survive the initial event will eventually die because of withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment in the setting of neurological injury… Thus, much of post-arrest care focuses on mitigating injury to the brain.” -Circulation. 2020;142(suppl 2):S366–S468. DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0000000000000916

Prompt EEG is recommended for post-cardiac arrest monitoring and prognostication. Download the guidelines here.

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